Hank Minchin, Greenwich, CT - Accomplished Investment Banking Executive
An investment banker with 20 years of financial experience, Henry (Hank) R. Minchin, Jr., of Greenwich, CT, serves as the managing director of Credit Suisse. He oversees a staff of analysts and traders who generate revenue through various lines of business, including research, prime brokerage, and derivatives. In addition, Henry R. Minchin, Jr., leads the firm’s efforts to develop and implement new technology with the aim of maximizing its liquidity sourcing capabilities.
Mr. Minchin previously held positions with the bank as a vice president and director, during which time he cultivated relationships with leading U.S. investor clients. He also facilitated sales and trading classes for Credit Suisse summer interns pursuing undergraduate degrees and MBAs.
In preparation for his career, Hank Minchin completed a bachelor of arts in business management with a minor in Spanish at Gettysburg College in Pennsylvania. While completing his coursework, he designed a new packaging strategy for Pepsi. He also played on the school’s golf team.
New York Rangers’ Single-Season Scoring Records
A resident of Greenwich, CT, Hank Minchin works for Credit Suisse in New York City as a managing director. An avid sports fan, Hank Minchin supports local Greenwich, CT, teams as well as New York franchises like the Rangers hockey team.
Over the course of the 2005-2006 National Hockey League (NHL) season, right wing Jaromir Jagr set the New York Rangers’ single-season scoring record at 54 goals and 123 points. His 54 goals narrowly edged the record of 52 set by Adam Graves during the Rangers’ 1993-1994 campaign, while his 123 total points eclipsed Jean Ratelle’s record of 109, which had stood as a franchise achievement since 1972.
The 2005-2006 season also saw Jagr set a new mark for goals created at 47.4, surpassing Vic Hadfield’s 1971-1972 record of 42.5 goals created. The season additionally saw Jagr set the New York Rangers’ record for goals scored on power plays and total shots. His nine-game winning goals tied the Rangers’ franchise record.
Dallas Cowboys' Super Bowl Appearances
Henry R. Minchin, Jr., of Greenwich, CT, has served Credit Suisse in New York City as managing director since 2008. Henry “Hank” Minchin first joined the company in 2000. Away from his professional responsibilities, Hank Minchin supports a number of sports teams beyond the New York and Greenwich, CT, areas, including the Dallas Cowboys.
The Dallas Cowboys professional football franchise, first introduced to the National Football League (NFL) in 1960, has played in eight Super Bowl games, winning five. The team won its first championship in 1971, just a year after losing a close game to the Baltimore Colts in the franchise’s first Super Bowl appearance. Dallas split Super Bowl showings in 1975 and 1977, losing the former and winning the latter, before dropping another tight contest to the Pittsburgh Steelers in 1979.
The Cowboy’s strongest post-season stretch began in 1992 after a 13-3 regular season. The Cowboys, facing the 11-5 Buffalo Bills, raced off to a 28-10 halftime lead before outscoring the Bills 24-7 in the second half, thus securing the franchise’s third Super Bowl trophy. As defending Super Bowl champions, Dallas recorded 12 regular season victories during the 1993 season before once again over-matching the Bills in the Super Bowl, this time winning 30-13 on the back of a 24-0 second half. Dallas would win 24 games over the next two seasons before reaching the 1995 Super Bowl. For the Cowboy’s fifth and most recent Super Bowl win, the team avenged their 1979 loss to the Steelers, taking the game 27-17.
The Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich, CT Offers an After-School Program
Henry R. Minchin Jr., a resident of Greenwich CT, is the managing director of Credit Suisse in New York, New York. He has more than 19 years of experience in financial markets and investment banking. Hank Minchin is also an active community member and supports local organizations, including the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich.
For over a century, the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich has provided a safe place for children to develop. The organization provides an array of programs, camps, clubs, and events for the youth of Greenwich. Through these programs, the Boys & Girls Club seeks to help children build character, learn, and grow.
The Boys & Girls Club offers an after-school program for its current club members. Through it, students can receive academic support, get help with their studies, and learn about technology.
The after-school program also offers swim lessons and aquatic fun in the pool. Other athletic programs and activities are available, too, in the interest of promoting fitness and educating students about sports, exercise, and nutrition.